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What Can We Expect From the Real Estate Sector in 2021?

Industry experts predict that real estate investment in Spain will amount to 10 billion euros in 2021, with a great appetite for the logistics, multifamily and hotel segments.

2020 is now behind us – the year was clearly marked by the outbreak of Covid-19, which brought with it a global crisis, first in terms of health and then the economy. And if we zoom in on the real estate sector, certain segments, such as hotels and retail were hit hard by the onslaught of coronavirus; meanwhile the logistics and build to rent sectors were actually strengthened.

Despite the fact that 2021 is beginning with a great deal of uncertainty, the experts have been sharing with their predictions for what the next 12 months will hold. The consultants predict an increase in investment compared to last year, with a great deal of interest in hotels, in particular, and appetite from domestic and international investors alike.

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